Tiffany Rowe describes herself as a slightly eccentric British-Swiss jewellery designer who lives and works in the beautiful city of Geneva.
Attracted to the world of contemporary art, photography and fashion, she creates one-off pieces using materials bought locally during her travels. She likes to experiment with different textures and incorporate objects that are not usually found in jewelllery.
Her inspirations include molecules (Tiffany has a scientific background), sculptures, food and anything else intriguing.
Eager to promote local talent, she frequently collaborates with models, photographers and make-up artists during fashion shows and photo shoots. Recently Miss Switzerland candidates have modeled for her. Tiffany Rowe’s jewellery has been reviewed in fashion magazines such as Elle.
Her creations are sold in numerous boutiques and contemporary jewellery galleries throughout Switzerland.
All crea-tiff jewellery creations are lovingly designed and assembled in Geneva, Switzerland, by Tiffany herself. It is part of the crea-tiff philosophy that all materials should be sourced locally whenever possible. Small quantities of material are also hand picked and brought back from Tiffany’s holiday destinations. Packaging and paper are all sourced from Europe. Nothing is ever bought in large amounts: this ensures that several micro collections are made every year and that each piece of jewellery is as unique as the person who wears it. Bespoke orders are welcome. Tiffany loves to give a second lease of life to various objects and she likes nothing better than to use material that is not normally seen in jewellery. Her work includes such items as teddy bears rescued from a disused factory in Lyon, porcelain dolls, electrical wire and even perishable food. Tiffany firmly believes that animal fur looks better on the animals it originally came from. Crea-tiff promises never to use fur in any form.